Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe had originally signalled that 2019 receipts would be behind what was an ‘exceptional 2018’. Photograph: John Ohle

Corporation tax receipts hit a record of €6.9 billion for the year to October, more than €660 million ahead of the Government’s target, the latest exc(...)

Dr Donal de Buitléir who has run every marathon over the last 39 years and is hoping to complete his fortieth today.

Dr Donal de Buitléir has run every marathon over the last 39 years and is a member of select “39 club”. This afternoon, all going well, he will join (...)

Derville Rowland, head of financial conduct at the Central Bank: “Our hope is that enforcement action following a breach of one of the standards would send a strong message.”

Central Bank head of financial conduct Derville Rowland has signalled she will look for an early scalp for a breach of conduct standards if she is gi(...)

Concerns about Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra, relate to money laundering, taxation, data protection and other issues. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Officials at the Department of Finance have raised concerns about Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra, in relation to money-laundering, taxation, dat(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe used the Finance Bill to close off a loophole found in last year’s Finance Act. Photograph: PA

The Government has granted small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with overseas businesses extra breathing space to deal with the fallout from Bre(...)

Daniel Mullaney is due to meet officials in the Department of Finance, and also to hold roundtable meetings with large US employers here. File photograph: Thierry Tronnel/Corbis via Getty Images

A senior official in the Trump administration is this week holding behind-closed-doors meetings with Government and industry figures in Dublin about t(...)

It was expected that the €500,000 ceiling on the property price would be lowered to between €250,000 and €350,000. File photograph: Getty

While commercial property investors got whacked in last week’s budget, the construction industry successfully lobbied for the Help to Buy scheme for r(...)

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf:  the Bank plans to look into the practice by some insurers of charging existing customers higher rates than new clients,Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank plans to look into the practice by some insurers of charging existing customers higher rates than new clients, in order to see whethe(...)

Axa XL, the principal insurer for indoor climbing centres, decided not to renew its Irish business from August 1st.

Indoor climbing centres could soon cease to exist in Ireland due to insurance companies refusing to cover the sport, business owners have claimed. Th(...)

Allergan’s portfolio is best known for Botox, a hugely popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment. Photograph: Reuters

US pharmaceuticals group AbbVie faces an unexpected €572 million Irish stamp duty bill in relation to its planned takeover of Dublin-domiciled peer Al(...)

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